ClassificationFind assistive products by going through the structure of the classification step-by-step.
Products that monitor or assess a persons medical condition, and products that support, or provide a substitute for, a specific body function. Included are, e.g. products used in medical treatment. Excluded are assistive products used exclusively by healthcare professionals.
Products intended to provide instruction that improves a persons physical, cognitive and social abilities.
Orthoses are externally applied divices used to modify the structural and functional characteristics of the neuromusculoskeletal systems; prostheses are externally applied devices used to replace, wholly or in part, an absent or deficient body segment.
Assistive products for toileting, incontinence, personal hygiene, sexual activities, etc. Incl. also clothes.
Products intended to support or replace a persons capacity to move indoors and outdoors, to transfer from one place to another or to use personal or public transportation. Walking aids, wheelchairs, cycles, vehicle adaptations, assistive products for transfer and turning, for lifting persons, and for orientation.
Assistive products for cooking, dishwashing, eating and drinking, cleaning, maintaining textiles etc.
Furnishings, fixtures and other assistive products for supporting activities in indoor and outdoor human-made environments(2361 product series)
Lighting, tables, chairs, seats and cushions, beds and mattresses, grab bars, lifting platforms, stairlifts, ramps, etc.
Assistive products for seeing, hearing, speech, writing, reading, calculation, recording and playing sound, telephoning, alarming, and the use of information technology.
Packaging openers, grip adapters, assistive products for operating and controlling, for grasping, for fixation, and for carrying and transporting objects.
Measuring instruments and air cleaners.
Transport equipment, lifting equipment, machines and tools for industrial workplaces.
Devices for play, sports, hobbies, and other leisure activities.